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Contrasting works from a veteran master of invention and two newer faces who blur fact and fiction
Deeper data shafts just produce useless piles of waste
20 years since Dr Richard Taylor won in the Wyre Forest
Now in power, Vote Leave politicians have forgotten about the Electoral Commission
Anne Sebba’s book on Ethel Rosenberg is a towering memorial
Could we be unwittingly researching both sides of a hypersonic arms race?
Sarah Phillimore summarises the events from the first day of the Bell v Tavistock appeal
Norman Lebrecht on how Marion von Weber was both interesting and important to Mahler’s emergence
Will Salmond’s Alba Party split or maximise the pro-independence vote in May?
What does Amazon’s purchase of MGM mean for cinema?
After a recent incident in London’s Carnaby Street, Brice Stratford laments the “dire state” of corporate Soho